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  • Silicon Valley gives conservative Christians a boost

    Silicon Valley gives conservative Christians a boost
    Silicon Valley, the politically liberal technology hub, is an unlikely incubator of conservative Christian activism. But a group of its venture capitalists is backing an ambitious project that seeks to affect the 2012 election by registering 5 million...
  • Rick Santorum wants to be God's chosen one in South Carolina

    Rick Santorum wants to be God's chosen one in South Carolina
    Reporting from Florence, S.C. -- In the race to be the most sincere Christian candidate for president, Rick Santorum looks like the front-runner. Out on the edge of town here Sunday afternoon, out among the big box stores and strip malls, at a family...
  • Prop. 8 protesters target Mormon temple in Westwood

    Prop. 8 protesters target Mormon temple in Westwood
    More than a thousand gay-rights activists gathered Thursday afternoon outside the Mormon temple in Westwood to protest the role Mormons played in passing Proposition 8, which banned same-sex marriage in California. It was the latest in an escalating...
  • Stations of the Cross, with a youthful cast

    Stations of the Cross, with a youthful cast
    In a Holy Week ritual hearking back to medieval Spain, teenagers from seven East Los Angeles parishes donned costumes Sunday to reenact the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Several dozen youths, garbed in the vivid red cloaks and brass helmets of Roman...
  • As downtown revives, so do congregations

    The congregation at New City Church of Los Angeles -- downtown's newest house of worship -- is a microcosm of the burgeoning downtown itself. The parishioners, who gathered for a recent service improvised in an Italian restaurant near Walt Disney Concert...
  • Holy officeholders

    Besides inspiring a brilliant parody, Mitt Romney's something-for-almost-everyone speech last week about "Faith in America" offered a mini-lesson on an obscure provision of the U.S. Constitution. "There are some," Romney said, "who would have a...
  • Culture War 2.0

    Welcome back, Kulturkampf. We just didn't want to live without you. It's been almost 15 exciting years since Republican National Convention speaker Pat Buchanan announced, "There is a religious war going on in our country for the soul of America. It is a...
  • Stalin was an atheist -- so am I

    Antony Flew will go to hell. So will the rest of us who reject Jesus Christ as our savior, according to Bible-believing Christians. But Flew, an 84-year-old English philosopher, is a hot item in some evangelical circles. In 2006, Biola University -- a...
  • Words of Christmas past

    Words of Christmas past
    Christmas arrives this year at a joyless time for many Californians. The state's unemployment rate is the highest it’s been in 14 years. Families continue to lose their homes at an alarming rate, with defaults rising again despite government efforts...
  • Oral Roberts dies at 91; televangelist was pioneering preacher of the 'prosperity gospel'

    Oral Roberts dies at 91; televangelist was pioneering preacher of the 'prosperity gospel'
    Oral Roberts, a dirt-poor Oklahoma farm boy who popularized the idea of a "prosperity gospel" while becoming one of the world's most recognizable televangelists, died Tuesday. He was 91. Roberts, founder of the university in Tulsa, Okla., that is named...
  • Gathering in a spirit of inclusiveness

    Pennsylvania Avenue slopes upward through suburban La Crescenta, runs past neatly ordered ranch-style homes and ends at the lush greenery of the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains. There, at the foothills, sits the Temple of the Universal Spirit. "It...